THE AIR IS PRECIOUS TO THE RED MAN, FOR ALL THINGS ARE THE SAME BREATH- THE ANIMALS, THE TREES, THE MAN.’ -Chief Seatle
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Welcome to Indian Creek Bengals
Welcome to the Indian Creek Bengals website. Enjoy viewing these endearing Bengals in our home raised cattery.
Indian Creek Bengals is an established cattery located in Eastern Pennsylvania, just 5 miles from exit 30 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Northeast Extension (Rt. 476). View Driving Directions We rescued our first affectionate Bengal in 2001. We recognized immediately this intelligent and lovable animal was an extraordinary cat!
Their are many breeders we owe a debt of gratitude to for their valued opinions and guidance in selecting breeders with phenomenal bloodlines, type, and personality for the foundation of our cattery.
Contact us to arrange a visit to our home and meet our beloved feline family. We look forward to introducing you to our remarkable Bengals.
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“My little Cloe is growing fast! She’s turning out real pretty, and is developing such a wonderful personality. She is so fun to watch dart through the house from surface to surface without even a hesitation as to think about where she’ll land next. It’s been so fun and a joy to have her around. She sleeps in bed with me at night, usually curled up beside me, or right in the ‘crook’ where my legs bend and she doesn’t move for anybody! Otherwise, you can usually find her near Sandy, my golden retriever. Thanks so much for everything!”Debbie, Virginia
“Just wanted to let you know Khan is doing pretty well. He woke up a few times in the night and cried, he then went back to bed and started purring. He was sleeping on or next to Allen mostly I try to tell myself its just because Allen is more fun to climb and is warmer. All in all everything is going well and it hasn’t been 24 hours in the house yet, he seems to be adjusting well so far.
Thanks”Jennifer, New York
“I named my little girl shya, but she is not shy at all now, we really got a bond between us, I got her all kinds of toys but her favorite is a piece of paper rolled up in a ball, I throw it and she brings it back to me and drops it in my lap. She is very funny, smart and healthy. I will give her a hug for you, and I love her very much.”Danny, Mt. Bethel, PA
“Nimrod, is a lover in a half, always the greeter at the door, Teleia is all woman, still can’t pick her up but for a brief moment, but when she wants to cuddle she will be all over you. Achilles is funnier than anything, with the cute face and meow to match he is always trying to get in the shower with us, and if I ask if he wants to take a bath he runs to the tub and gets in and rolls around. I have a ball with them. “Donna, Connecticut
“Well once again I couldn’t be happier with my new little guy. He is adjusting so well & he is quite an eater. I give them avoderm select cuts & he goes wild over it, he licks the bowl completely clean. He is so sweet; if you so much as touch him he drops on his back for you to scratch his belly. I’m just in love with him & I can’t wait to see how his pattern develops. His “brothers” are quite anxious to meet him; they lay by the door & cry. “Kasey, Pittsburg, PA
“We just wanted to drop you a line and let you know how great the kittens are doing. They really are awesome and we enjoy them everyday. Although they are very active, they are also lap cats. When it’s not play time they are always cuddling up on our laps. They are very sweet loving cats with no evidence of being mean. They have never bitten or hissed at us. They are just so darn cute. Pictures can’t capture their true beauty or personality but here are a few. ”
Linda and Rob, Philadelphia, PA